Sri Lanka has been going through a political and economic crisis that has made 2022 a rough year. In May, Sri Lanka missed payments on $78 million worth of

sovereign debt. The only way out of the economic crisis is to get help from the International Monetary Fund and make plans for the long-term recovery of the

economy. But for the economy to be stable, the country must be in good hands and have a legitimate government and leaders.

Protests against Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, the former president, and Mahinda Rajapaksa, the former prime minister, sparked a political crisis that is still going

on today. The main question now is whether the current president, Ranil Wickremasinghe, will be able to bring stability to both the economy and the government.

Both Mahinda Rajapaksa and Gotabhaya Rajapaksa resigned from their positions as a result of mounting pressure and the continued success of protests

using the hashtag #gotagohome.As a result of the chaos, protesters broke into the Presidential Palace and the office of the Prime Minister

and set fire to the homes of politicians. Even the Rajapaksas' family home in Hambantota and Ranil Wickremesinghe's private home were set on fire.

When Ranil Wickremesinghe became president, he took over a country where angry protesters were trying to topple the government and hold corrupt

politicians responsible for a number of crimes. In addition to wanting Gotabhaya Rajapaksa to step down,

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